The Slovenian cyclist is the favorite to get the victory again
The last two editions of the Tour have been for Pogacar. This situation has placed for the third consecutive year the Slovenian cyclist as the great favorite to win. However, another of the big favorites to achieve victory, he recently sent him a serious message, warning him that this year he is more prepared than ever and will not make the mistakes of the past.
We are talking about your compatriot, primoz roglicwho was very close to winning the 2020 Tour. However, her victory eluded him as she seemed to caress her with the tips of his fingers. Since then has been looking for victory ceaselessly, but was resisted again last year. But now he is willing to do everything in his power to get the victory.
Pogacar receives a warning before the Tour
As we have seen recently, Primoz Roglic has won the Dauphiné. But what is really striking about this victory is that he has achieved it comfortably, clearly imposing himself on his rivals. Something that shows that he arrives in top shape, both physically and mentally, for the 2022 Tour, which is his big goal this season.
And it is that the Slovenian cyclist, since he lost in 2020, has not stopped thinking about revenge. A rematch that did not come last year, because once again the victory was decided in favor of his compatriot Pogacar. But this year he hopes that his opportunity will come and many see him as the big favorite. However, the fact that Pogacar has won the last two Tours makes the situation very equal.
Tadej Pogacar and Primoz Roglic, the favorites to win the 2022 Tour
As the experts agree, Primoz Roglic is not the main favorite to win. It is Tadej Pogacar, whom they consider far above his compatriot. The bookmakers agree with this situation, assigning a quota of 1.57. Of course, the second on the list of favorites is Primoz Roglic, who starts with much less favoritism than Tadej Pogacar.
In the case of the current winner of the Dauphiné, his odds are 3.50 if he wins. Lastly, third in contention is Jonas Vingegaard, who is assigned a share of 6.00. In this way, everything seems to indicate that, except for a major surprise, the victory will go again to one of the two Slovenians, who have managed to lead the major competitions in recent years.